City centre hotel in Riga lies near Old Town
Guests can walk to a variety of fascinating attractions from the Radisson Blu Elizabete Hotel, Riga. Old Town is only 750 metres away, a charming district seemingly frozen in time. In addition, Riga Passenger Port, where a ferry travels directly to Stockholm, Sweden is a mere two kilometres distant. Visitors arriving by plane appreciate the hotel's proximity to Riga International Airport, 15 kilometres away. Once you're here, it's easy to navigate the city via a well-designed network of tram, bus and trolleybus lines.
Getting to Riga:
By air: Visitors can fly to Riga from all major cities in Europe. Riga International Airport is located 15 kilometres from the city centre.
By sea: Riga Port is connected to Stockholm, Sweden by a direct ferry line.
By road: Several national roads begin in Riga, and the Via Baltica, European route E67, crosses Riga from the south and north. The city is 300 kilometres from Tallinn, Estonia, and 260 kilometres from Vilnius, Lithuania.
By bus: Several international bus lines connect Riga with Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Belarus, Estonia and Lithuania. The Riga International Bus Station (or Autoosta) is a few hundred metres from the train station. Companies providing direct connection to Riga International Bus Station include Eurolines, Ecolines and Hansabuss.
By rail: Overnight trains with sleeper carriages link Riga with St. Petersburg and Moscow. The central train station (or Centrālā stacija) is in the very heart of the city, just a few minutes from Riga's Old City and the hotel.